|Magic with Macrosoft - Peter Neubauer|
"Once upon a time, only advanced programmers could achieve machine language speed." Learn how to use Macrosoft, a programming language from the same folks who brought us Nibble Magazine, to write Applesoft-like programs that achieve machine language speed, in this introduction to obtaining, using, and setting up Macrosoft and the companion Assembler. We'll write a small Macrosoft program during the presentation to help you get started writing your own programs...
Keywords: KansasFest; KFest; 2010; Peter Neubauer; Apple; Apple II; assembler; assembly; Nibble; Macrosoft
|Introducing Slammer: A New Way of Using Machine Language from Applesoft - Ivan Drucker|
Wouldn't it be great if you could put whatever machine language you wanted into a standard Applesoft program with practically no performance, dependency, or stability issues? With Ivan Drucker's Slammer, you can! Slammer is a new method for installing and executing machine language routines, at machine language speed, using 100% legal Applesoft. This presentation introduces Slammer, explains how to use it, and describes the unusual and extreme machine language programming behind its development...
Keywords: KansasFest; KFest; 2010; Ivan Drucker; Appke; Apple II; assembly; programming; development; machine language; Applesoft; BASIC